As a Nigerian adult, a week probably doesn’t go by without you going through the Canadian (or any migration websites of other Countries) websites looking for how to ‘Japa’ from Nigeria towards greener pastures.
Did you know: During the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, the Canadian government gave citizens $5,000 every month during the lockdown as part of the Coronavirus relief package?
Are you one of the people looking to enjoy better standards of living? Then perhaps migrating to Canada is your best option. Individuals who have moved to Canada and settled down there are provided with the opportunity to enjoy a large number of benefits. In this article, we list 5 benefits of migrating to Canada. After reading this article and you get convinced by the benefits, we encourage you to proceed to take your free assessment to see which immigration type you qualify for.
Better standards of living
As Nigerians, we all have hopes that one day, we will experience a better standard of living than what is prevalent in the country. Migrating to Canada might be one of the only chances you’ll have of doing so. Should you want to experience firsthand what it means to have your government working for you, then you should visit and/or move to Canada. According to the Nations Quality of Life rankings, Canada is ranked number 1 since 2019 out of over 200 countries that were analyzed for this ranking. Living in Canada will provide you with the opportunity to enjoy your life and live to the fullest.
Canada has a variety of health benefits
The Canadian healthcare system is the perfect example of what a fantastic public healthcare system can look like. In Canada, you will discover state funded healthcare facilities. So even if you are only a visitor, you will not be paying the massive fees we pay here in Nigeria to get healthcare. Most importantly, when you become a permanent resident of Canada, you will be able to get basic healthcare services completely free of charge.
That is even more reason to start making plans to move to Canada.
Canada has tons of jobs available for Immigrants
About 33.3% of Nigerians are unemployed with about 40% of the total population living below the poverty line of less than $500 a year. According to Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Marco Mendicino, “Immigration will absolutely be key to our success and economic recovery going forward.” Canada has open immigration policies that makes it easy for immigrants to find jobs in Canada and settle down great and fast.
For this reason, you don’t need to think twice before you start your career or business in Canada especially through the Canadian Provincial Nominee Programs for Businessmen.
To find out if you qualify for business immigration under the PNP and to learn how Navigate to Canada can help you with your application, fill out our free assessment form.
Did you know: Canada will welcome more than 1 million Immigrants between 2020 and 2022?
You don’t have to worry about paying school fees
One major concern that Nigerian parents have is ensuring that they give their children the best education they can. This usually means that they have to pay exorbitant school fees. As a Canadian resident, you can enroll your children into public elementary schools (grade 1 – 6) and public secondary schools (grade 7 -12) at no charge.
With this, you can save more and also invest more in the extracurricular activities of your children. You can even save towards post-secondary education for your children.
According to the World Population Review, Canada is ranked the most educated country in the world with 56.71% of adults in the country meeting the OECD criteria of educated persons.
Canada is also ranked as the fourth most popular country among international students. Students from all over the world come to Canada to gain world-recognized degrees and diplomas from some of the leading Universities and Colleges in the world, such as the University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, Humber College, McGill University, and Centennial College.
Why can’t you be among them? Take our free assessment form to find out if you qualify.
It’s a safe and peaceful place to live in and be yourself!
According to the World Population Review, Canada is among the top 10 safest countries in the world while Nigeria is ranked 148 a couple of points above North Korea. If you’re looking to move to Canada, Quebec is actually the safest province in the country.
In a 2018 survey by Gallup, 84% of Canadians said they felt safe in their country.
Unlike Adekunle Gold’s Ire, the grass is definitely greener on the other side of the road. Why haven’t you taken the next step towards ensuring a safe and secure future for yourself and your family members?
Take our free assessment to find out which of the various immigration processes available you qualify for (link to free assessment). See you soon!